Karisa maintains her husband was guilty of running with the wrong crowd, but watched that move haunt him for the rest of his life. Despite that, Karisa says they were planning to start a program or foundation to help troubled youth in Hawaii.
We've been watching what's being called the "greatest activation of Hawaiian people in more than 100 years." But could a new movement designed to unite those people tear them apart? It’s something that critics of Na’i Aupuni say could happen.